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G r e e r Community Master Plan 99 Since 2000 the Greer area has added 22000 people with another 22000 likely to locate to the area by 2030. Answers to questions like Where should this new growth occur and What kinds of development is best for Greer were contemplated in the creation of the Greer Community Master Plan. Once answered and expressed through the preferred growth strategy the focus shifted to ensuring the community continues to prosper without losing what makes Greer unique. The impact of future growth will touch services and geographies throughout the area. However the communitys most vulnerable asset very well may be its major transportation corridors. In the future these streets will serve as the backdrop for strategies associated with transportation housing and economic development. A set of corridor profiles were designed to provide greater detail for the citys critical assets. Our ability to inject choice in transportationby building complete streets and finding context- sensitive solutions through development and redevelopmentis critical to our communitys health and economic vitality. It requires improving our citys road network integrating with regional transportation options enhancing walking and bicycle trails and positioning ourselves to be transit ready. The strategic corridors that follow respond to the unique street typology that links land use context with transportation decision- making. A profile is offered for each corridor to show existing conditions land use characteristics and design priorities. Connections along the corridors are emphasized and a typical street design is offered. The intent is to provide additional detail and demonstrate how these strategies can be applied more broadly throughout the planning area. Strategic Corridors